Happy to be part of wave of change Ali Fazal

first_imgMumbai: Actor Ali Fazal, who is gearing up for the second season of the web series “Mirzapur” and a web film, says content on digital platforms is taking showbiz by storm. “Digital platforms, needless to say, are taking the content industry by a storm. There’s so much happening and so much new promising content. Internationally, there’s an abundance of such platforms and content which is now competing with films neck-to-neck at several levels,” Ali said in a statement. Apart from Amazon Prime Video’s “Mirzapur 2”, Ali has been signed on by another digital platform, this time for an original film. Directed by Samit Basu and Shashanka Ghosh, the said film is a comedy of sorts of a man stuck in fears locking himself in his house for months. He said: “In India, with the boom of internet and mobile phones, we are steering towards greater content being produced digitally and I’m happy to be part of this wave of change. It’s young and it’s very exciting as an actor to be part of two of the biggest platforms, helps to get an exposure of a magnitude which wasn’t imaginable a few years back.”last_img read more

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Thwarted emergency debate on tax reforms not the end of the discussion

first_imgOTTAWA – A Conservative bid for an emergency debate on the Liberal government’s controversial small business tax proposal was thwarted Wednesday, but that does not mean they — nor the public — are out of options for sharing their views.“Parliament, and not the government, is the final authority on taxation,” Conservative finance critic Pierre Poilievre said as he called for a House of Commons debate on the proposed changes before consultations wrap up next week.Deputy Speaker Bruce Stanton, a Conservative MP, ruled the request did not meet the criteria and turned him down.The proposals, unveiled this summer by Finance Minister Bill Morneau, would eliminate small business tax provisions that the Liberals argue allow some wealthy Canadians to avoid paying their fair share.That includes restricting the ability of business owners to lower their tax rate by sprinkling income to family members, even if they do no work for the business, and curbing the ability to convert regular income into capital gains, which are typically taxed at a lower rate.The proposed changes would also limit private corporations from making passive investments in things like real estate or stocks.They have sparked a revolt by doctors, farmers, small business owners and even some backbench Liberal MPs, who have spoken publicly about the complaints they have been hearing from their constituents.Amid the ensuing uproar, the government has insisted they are listening to concerns and open to changes — with several sources suggesting they are open to going back to the drawing board.The Liberals say they have no intention of extending the Oct. 2 deadline for consultations, but a government source who spoke on condition of anonymity said that does not mean everything will be a done deal by then.The source, who wasn’t authorized to discuss the matter publicly, said the government is open to working with people, and that there would be a chance to comment on any draft legislation — standard practice for money or other complex bills.That would especially be the case with the proposal on passive investment, because unlike with capital gains and income sprinkling, Morneau did not release a detailed legislative proposal this summer.The source also said the Liberal government is committed to the ideas in all three proposals, but will evaluate next steps once the consultation period is over — and has not set a firm timeline for doing so.Meanwhile, the Senate finance committee will also take a closer look at the proposed changes and report back by the end of November.“I think there has been a lot of rhetoric thrown around on all sides, and that’s where the Senate of Canada can do a great job of sober second thought,” Sen. Andre Pratte said Tuesday in the Senate Chamber.The Conservatives are also widely expected to make the proposed tax changes the focus of an opposition day motion coming their way next week.— Follow @smithjoanna on Twitterlast_img read more

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Western Sahara Christopher Ross in Rabat Wednesday

Rabat – The United Nations Secretary General’s Personal Envoy to the Western Sahara, Christopher Ross, is due to start a visit to the region starting on Wednesday. After Rabat, the envoy is set to visit Tindouf, Algiers and the Mauritanian capital Nouakchott.However, Christopher Ross will not visit Laayoune, the main city of the territory.After his North African visit, Christopher Ross will also travel to the member countries of the Security Council: Spain, France, Britain, Russia and the United States. Spain is a non-permanent member of the UNSC. The visit of Christopher Ross comes shortly after a telephone conversation between the UN Secretary General Ban-Ki-Moon and King Mohammed VI.Since January 2009, Morocco and the Polisario held 10 informal rounds of negotiations under the auspices of the United Nations Secretary General’s Special Envoy, Christopher Ross. All of these negotiations have ended without any progress. read more

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Corvette goes midengine for first time to raise performance

WARREN, Mich. — The new Chevrolet Corvette doesn’t look much like earlier versions of the classic American sports car.With the engine in the middle instead of the front for the first time, it more resembles a Lamborghini, Lotus or McLaren race car. Engineers say they had to move the engine because they had reached the performance limits of a front-engine car.The 2020 version was to be unveiled Thursday night at a World War II dirigible hangar in Orange County, California.Engineers say it will perform far better than the current front-engine model and will be quieter on the road.Although it looks more like a racer, they kept some of the old Corvette’s looks such as the tapered fastback rear and pointed shark-nose hood.Tom Krisher, The Associated Press read more

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Pipeline battle in Minnesota pits Enbridge against native environmental groups

In this May 12, 2014 file photo, LaSalle Creek flows out of LaSalle Lake, left, crossing the right of way of a proposed Enbridge Energy pipeline through pristine lakes and forests near Pequot Lakes, Minn. Native and environmental groups are fighting a pair of proposed Enbridge pipelines that would cross lake-dotted country in northern Minnesota. THE CANADIAN PRESS/ AP/Minneapolis Star-Tribune, Brian Mark Peterson Pipeline battle in Minnesota pits Enbridge against native, environmental groups CALGARY – Native and environmental groups are fighting a pair of proposed Enbridge pipelines that would cross lake-dotted country in northern Minnesota.The Sandpiper and Line 3 Replacement projects would take the same route through much of the state — carrying North Dakota light oil and oilsands crude, respectively, to Superior, Wisc.Opponents are using a variety of legal and bureaucratic means to stymie the pipelines, which are at different stages in the Minnesota regulatory process. Both are slated to start up in 2017.For Ojibwe communities near the headwaters of the Mississippi River, the big concern is over wild rice beds, said Winona LaDuke, executive director of Honor the Earth, an environmental group based on the White Earth reservation.Not only is wild rice a sacred crop to her people, but it’s a major source of income, said LaDuke.“It is the only thing our people can count on. You cannot count on the U.S. economy,” she said.“But you can count on your rice.”The $2.6-billion Sandpiper pipeline is already about a year behind schedule because the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission last fall decided to review the need for the project and its route separately, rather than at the same time.The commission granted Enbridge a certificate of need for Sandpiper in early June, a move that LaDuke said was tantamount to a “declaration of war.” Groups are planning to challenge the certificate as soon as they’re able. The route permitting process is now underway.Meanwhile, the commission is just about to begin reviewing the Line 3 Replacement. The $7.5-billion project, the biggest in Enbridge’s history, involves decommissioning a nearly half-century old pipeline that runs between Hardisty, Alta., and Superior and replacing it with all new pipe.Enbridge spokeswoman Lorraine Little said the lines don’t cross reservation boundaries, so there’s no formal negotiation process with bands. The Ojibwe do, however, gather, hunt and fish on ceded land.Some, but not all, native groups have chosen to engage in consultations with the Calgary-based company, said Little.“We certainly are sensitive to the concerns that have been raised in terms of the wild rice. And so that is part of the consultation process and the conversations that we’d like to have with the reservations to address those concerns.”Frank Bibeau, a lawyer for Honor the Earth, is drawing on his past career experience in the Minnesota government to “add confusion and delay” to the process.“I think there’s going to be a lot bigger fight than Enbridge understands right now,” he said.While opponents would prefer pipelines not be built in the first place, many are pragmatic.Friends of the Headwaters, a local environmental group, pitched a route that juts diagonally across southwestern Minnesota, well away from most wild rice lakes.“We understand that in the practical realities of today’s world, that there’s still a need to move petroleum product around the nation and around North America,” said Richard Smith, with Friends of the Headwaters. “We think that Enbridge already has too large a footprint across Minnesota’s northern water resources.”Enbridge pipelines have been crossing through the area for several decades. Smith is concerned that if Line 3 and Sandpiper go ahead, yet more pipelines will proliferate.Little foresees Enbridge having to make “micro-adjustments” to Sandpiper to minimize impacts, but a drastic reroute would only mean a longer pipe that would affect more densely populated areas.Joe Plumer, a lawyer who represents the White Earth reservation, said he recognizes that “they’re probably going to put a pipeline through,” but the company’s proposed Sandpiper path “is the worst route that they ever could have chosen.”“The waters communicate above and below ground in those sensitive areas. You can’t segregate a spill.”Follow @LaurenKrugel on Twitter. by Lauren Krugel, The Canadian Press Posted Jul 13, 2015 11:50 am MDT Last Updated Jul 13, 2015 at 2:00 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email read more

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Anja Andersen will teach a bussiness leaders

← Previous Story CAHB has a new Website Next Story → Another fatal incident in Veszprem The charismatic handball woman, Anja Andersen decided to accept a job at company Stifinder, where she teaches will help to develop leaders.Thus, it is now definitively that Andersen did not become full-time coach in Faaborg HK when her contract with FCL expires in January.– I have dreamed about the job since March. I first met Lasse Zäll. After 10 minutes I thought that it’s just too interesting for me. It is a program with so much potential – says former CL winner with Slagelse.Explorer program is suitable namely basically not only to developing leaders in business.– It is my hope that we can provide Danish sports a lot. We have some methods, which is much better than they learn in normal coach courses – says Lasse Zäll. Anja Andersen read more

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Body of Padre Pio to be put on permanent display

first_imgA SHRINE IN southern Italy will put the body of popular saint Padre Pio on permanent display for the millions of pilgrims who visit the remote site every year, organisers said today.The bearded friar, who died in 1968, is the object of a cult that has concerned the upper echelons of the Catholic Church and his claims that he suffered the same wounds as Jesus Christ are treated sceptically by the scientific community.The body, which is covered with a layer of silicone, will be displayed in a church designed by award-winning architect Renzo Piano at the San Giovanni Rotondo sanctuary in the Puglia region where the saint lived his final years.Padre Pio’s body previously went on temporary display in 2008 and 2009 and the Capuchin friars in charge of the sanctuary said they were inundated with requests for a permanent exhibit.Born near Naples in 1887, Padre Pio is Italy’s most venerated saint after St Francis of Assisi. He was canonised by late pope John Paul II in 2002.The permanent display is open from 1 June.- © AFP, 2013Read: Modern churches aren’t up to scratch, says Vatican museum chief > Read: Fake pope held in Rome for looking like John Paul II >last_img read more

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Une fusée Soyouz a décollé avec succès de Russie

first_imgUne fusée Soyouz a décollé avec succès de RussieDans la nuit de dimanche à lundi, une fusée Soyouz a décollé du cosmodrome de Plessetsk à 800 kilomètres au nord de Moscou en Russie. Elle emportait avec elle un satellite de navigation Glonass.La situation semble grandement s’arranger pour l’agence spatiale russe. Dans la nuit de dimanche à lundi, elle a lancé avec succès une fusée Soyouz depuis sa base de Plessetsk située à 800 kilomètres de Moscou. L’engin a décollé avec à son bord un satellite de navigation Glonass qu’il devait mettre en orbite. Un lancement dont s’est largement réjouie l’agence : “les forces spatiales russes ont procédé avec succès au lancement d’une fusée Soyouz-2 avec l’appareil spatial Glonass-M à 00H15 heure de Moscou (20H15 GMT)”, a précisé le colonel Alexeï Zolotoukhine cité par l’agence Interfax.À lire aussiSpaceX : un satellite d’Elon Musk manque d’entrer en collision avec un satellite de l’ESALa Russie appréhendait grandement ce décollage. En effet, il s’agissait du tout premier lancement depuis l’accident du vaisseau cargo Progress M12-M en août dernier. L’engin qui transportait du matériel et des vivres à destination de la Station spatiale internationale (ISS) avait décollé à l’aide d’une fusée Soyouz et s’était écrasé 325 secondes plus tard, suite à une panne de moteur. Ce dysfonctionnement avait alors suscité de nombreuses inquiétudes, obligeant la Russie à suspendre dans un premier temps tous les vols de Soyouz et donc, à retarder également ce décollage. Mais ce n’est pas tout puisque les satellites Glonass avaient également connu des déboires. Ce système conçu pour rivaliser avec le système de navigation américain GPS et le futur système européen Galileo a subi un sérieux échec en décembre 2010. Lancés par une fusée Proton, trois satellites sont retombés dans l’océan Pacifique après l’échec de leur mise en orbite, provoqué par une surcharge de carburant dans le lanceur. Un accident qui avait retardé le lancement de nouveau engin Glonass. Quatre autres satellites avant 2012 La Russie a donc bien de quoi se réjouir de cette double réussite et pour la suite de son programme spatial. D’ici la fin de l’année, quatre autres satellites Glonass doivent être lancés, a annoncé lundi leur concepteur Nikolaï Testoïedov cité par l’agence Interfax. De même, d’autres Soyouz devraient décoller dans les prochains mois.  Le 3 octobre 2011 à 09:17 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

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Vancouver police say 2 burglars may be targeting Mexican restaurants

first_imgVancouver police are asking for the public’s help in identifying burglary suspects who they believe have been targeting Mexican restaurants along the Interstate 5 corridor.Officers responded to a burglary at Muchas Gracias, 5207 E. Mill Plain Blvd., on Dec. 15, according to a Vancouver Police Department press release.An investigation found the suspects had pried open a door and stole several thousand dollars in cash.A similar burglary was reported at the same business in October 2017, police said.Detectives compared other similar crimes and concluded that multiple incidents involving businesses along I-5 and in the Portland metropolitan area are likely part of a series of burglaries, police said.“The targeted businesses appear to primarily be Mexican restaurants, with the thief breaking a window, entering through the drive-through window or prying doors to gain access to the building,” police said.The police department has shared an image of one of the suspects captured by a surveillance camera.Detectives said there are likely two people involved. They may be driving a silver sedan of an unknown make.The image provided by police shows a man wearing a hooded sweatshirt with his face partially obscured by a baseball cap.Anyone with information on the identity of either of the suspects, or with information about these burglaries, is asked to contact Vancouver Police Detective Zachary Ripp at 360-487-7391.last_img read more

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Sterling hopes to keep the Man City fans chanting his name

first_imgRaheem Sterling plans on keeping the Manchester City fans happy following his starring role in their 6-1 win over SouthamptonThe 23-year-old winger scored two and assisted two more goals as City became the sole Premier League leaders on Sunday.At the Etihad Stadium, the City supporters could be heard signing Sterling’s name.Now the England international aims to keep the fans signing.“I love it when they sing I’m top of the league,” said Sterling, according to the Independent.“I’ve got to try to keep making them sing it.“I enjoy playing at the Etihad any time. It is an amazing stadium, coming out here and seeing my family and everyone.”Daniel Fark, Norwich City, Premier LeagueDaniel Farke, From mid-table in the Championship to the Premier League Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Norwich City manager, Daniel Farke, has taken his team from the middle of the table in the English Championship to play with the big boys in the Premier League.City will next host Shakhtar Donetsk in the Champions League on Wednesday before playing hosts again to rivals Manchester United next Sunday.“They’re going to be tough games,” Sterling said.“It’s a massive week ahead, starting with Shakhtar. That’s the most important game.“We need to try to win that and then go into the derby.”Sterling’s City team-mate Sergio Aguero scored his 150th Premier League goal against Southampton on that day.David Silva and Leroy Sane were the other goalscorers for City.last_img read more

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Former Premier Hon Michael Misick releases statement on recent gun crimes

first_img Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, October 24, 2016 – Sunday morning (Oct. 23, 2016), as former Premier and a citizen of the Turks and Caicos Islands, I am shaken by the reports of three separate gun crimes that has broken the peace of the morning.  My request for the removal of the Commissioner of Police James Smith is now everyone’s issue s it is clear that he lacks the ability to bring an abatement in crime and his tenure here beyond this point will not be conducive to the safe future of our country.The fact that there were three incidents, these three incidents involving  firearms, two involving reported aggravated assaults on civilians where indeed a brave young lady was shot and one involving a brazen attack on uniformed police officers indicate that criminals are acting with little or no regard for the law.The Brit-knows-best mentality towards policing in this island nation is failing and we as locals are left to pay the price.  I challenge the Commissioner to produce statistics, reports or any tangible evidence that indicates that he, James Smith, has made a positive impact on crime in the TCI.  The fact of the matter is that the crime situation under the current commissioner has progressively deteriorated and urgent and decisive action is now required to save the Turks and Caicos Islands.I again lay out an intern plan that I would like to see implemented immediately.  And one that I will certainly pursue once I am elected.The establishment of a National Guard to protect our borders leaving police to do police work.The Transfer of all police matters to the local government and the establishment of police authority headed by a Local Commissioner of police.Higher pay and better working conditions for the police.  Including more modern crime fighting equipment.Regularize persons that were born and went through the system here so that they are able to assimilate into the community by finding work, studying at the Community College and abroad thus allowing them to make a positive contribution to our country.Offer a gun amnesty in order to get illegal guns off our streets.This is just a short list of measures that, if taken, will make a big difference and go a long way in crime prevention and keeping our Country safe.  Our nation remains Beautiful by Nature, so we must not allow crime to tarnish our pristine image.  Today we must all pray that all threats to our peace and tranquility are addressed and adequately dealt with to ensure a safe future.  Finally may the Good Lord bless you all and may God bless the Turks and Caicos Islands.last_img read more

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Meet Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker character Jannah

first_img First look at Naomi Ackie’s character ‘Jannah’ in #IX! #SWCC pic.twitter.com/ReUSlD3FU7— Star Wars Stuff (@starwarstuff) April 12, 2019 TV and Movies Star Wars Episode 9: The Rise of Skywalker trailer tees… Now playing: Watch this: Tags Star Wars Celebration Chicago mural reveals the entire saga Disney Star Wars When Colbert asked her about rumors Jannah might actually be Lando’s daughter, Ackie responded cryptically: “Lando is a very charming man, so he could have children all over the universe, that’s all I’m saying,” she said. Ackie is best known for her work as the character Ruby in the 2018 TV series The Bisexual. Share your voice 2:04 0 A first look at Naomi Ackie’s Jannah. Star Wars Plenty of movie news came out of Star Wars Celebration in Chicago Friday, including the new Star Wars movie’s film title, a trailer, plot details and new characters. British actress Naomi Ackie was on hand to reveal the first details about her Star Wars character, Jannah, in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. “The original group are going on this epic, epic adventure together and I’m so excited about where Jannah crosses paths with them,” Ackie said during a panel moderated by Stephen Colbert.In a photo showing off Jannah’s appearance in the movie, her yellow and blue costume looks a lot like something the character Lando Calrissian wore in both the original Star Wars trilogy and Solo: A Star Wars Story — right down to his cape.  7 Photos The Rise of Skywalker also stars Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, John Boyega, Oscar Isaac, Lupita Nyong’o, Domhnall Gleeson, Kelly Marie Tran, Joonas Suotamo, and Billie Lourd. Along with Ackie, new cast members include Richard E. Grant, and Keri Russell. Veteran Star Wars actors returning to reprise their roles include Mark Hamill, Anthony Daniels and Billy Dee Williams. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker debuts in theaters worldwide on Dec. 20. Post a commentlast_img read more

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A Slow Rebound Begins For Local Oil And Gas Service Providers

first_img Wikipedia/0x0077BEThe sign at the entrance to Halliburton’s North Belt Campus.Halliburton had a rough second quarter — losing more than $3 billion and cutting 5,000 jobs.But the Houston-based oil services company still made it through the quarter in better shape than analysts predicted. Halliburton CEO Dave Lesar says his company was right when it declared at the end of the first quarter that the North American oil rig count had hit bottom.Now, with the moderate rebound in the price of crude, Lesar says more of Halliburton’s exploration and production customers are no longer just trying to survive.“There is a spring in their step that I didn’t see earlier in the year. And in almost every case, they’re talking about adding rigs, buying assets, or doing something value accretive. In short, they are getting back to business,” Lesar said.Since February, crude oil prices have rebounded from $28 to around $45 a barrel. Byron Pope with research firm Tudor, Pickering, Holt, and Company says that’s good, but not quite good enough for many exploration and production companies.“Our argument is that, as E&P companies want to go back and put additional crews and rigs back to work, that will have an inflationary impact on their cost structure, which will necessitate a higher crude oil price to make their economics work,” Pope said.According to Pope, at the peak in the fall of 2014, there were 1,900 oil and gas land rigs in the US. Today, Pope says there are only around 400. Pope expects that rig count will double, maybe even triple, by the end of 2018. He predicts that should be enough to give exploration and production companies, and their service providers, more comfortable margins. X Listen To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: 00:00 /01:30 Sharelast_img read more

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Full Show Why GOP Congressmen Are Leaving Office The State Of KIPP

first_img X 00:00 /00:00 To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: center_img Listen On Friday’s Houston Matters: Rep. Will Hurd of Helotes is the third GOP Congressman in the last week to announce he’s not running for re-election. We discuss what’s behind the trend and what it might mean for Texas.Also this hour: Laura Isensee talks with Richard Barth, CEO of KIPP Foundation, about the state of charter schools 25 years after the organization began running them in Greater Houston.Then, we break down The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week’s news.And Houston is a hotbed for competitive latte art — baristas who create images in the foam of your fancy coffee. We learn more about how latte art is made and how Houston dominates many competitions. This article is part of the Houston Matters podcast Sharelast_img read more

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Cardiac MRI Predicts Future Heart Failure

first_imgNews | Cardiac Imaging | June 08, 2016 Cardiac MRI Predicts Future Heart Failure Detection of heart muscle bleeds may allow doctors to identify and treat those at risk Image courtesy of Imago Systems Videos | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 07, 2019 VIDEO: Walk Around of a Siemens Go.Top Dedicated Cardiac Scanner This is a quick walk around of the new Siemens Somatom Go.top cardiovascular edition compact computed tomography (CT) read more Images of regions of interest (colored lines) in the white matter skeleton representation. Data from left and right anterior thalamic radiation (ATR) were averaged. Image courtesy of C. Bouziane et al. Related Content News | Brachytherapy Systems | August 14, 2019 Efficacy of Isoray’s Cesium Blu Showcased in Recent Studies August 14, 2019 — Isoray announced a trio of studies recently reported at scientific meetings and published in medica read more June 8, 2016 — The amount a heart ‘bleeds’ following a heart attack can predict the severity of future heart failure, according to research presented at the British Cardiovascular Conference in Manchester, England.Bleeding, or bruising in the heart, affects over 40 percent of people who suffer from a heart attack. The researchers have now found that this injury is associated with a higher risk of developing heart failure in the months following a heart attack.There are 188,000 hospital episodes attributed to heart attack in the United Kingdom each year — around one every three minutes. But although around 7 out of 10 people now survive a heart attack, many are left with heart failure.The British Heart Foundation-funded study found that bleeding was linked to a 2.6 times greater risk of adverse remodeling, where the heart muscle changes shape, which is a precursor to heart failure. It is also linked to a six times greater risk of either death or heart failure following a heart attack.The researchers also validated a test for use at the time of heart attack treatment to rule-in or rule-out heart muscle bleeding, and the likelihood of survival free of heart failure. This information would be useful to doctors to identify patients who are at risk of adverse outcome for more intensive treatment. The findings will pave the way to find new treatments to prevent bleeding following a heart attack and the subsequent onset of heart failure.Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), a non-invasive scan, can be used after a heart attack to monitor heart muscle bleeding, which happens in phases. The first phase is in the 12 hours following a heart attack, and the second takes place within two to three days. This provides a window of opportunity to introduce treatments to prevent the second phase of bleeding, which could reduce or prevent the later onset of heart failure.Prof. Colin Berry, from the University of Glasgow, who led the study said, “This research has provided us with a new understanding of heart muscle injury and how it develops. We can now focus our research on developing new treatments to reduce the level of this injury following a heart attack.“The study has also presented a new way of identifying those at a higher risk of heart failure before the condition develops. 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Meet the NSAs new data centers Russia China and Venezuela

first_imgNo related posts. Those locations reportedly include China, Ecuador, Russia, Sudan and Venezuela. In short, the NSA has managed to either place or gain access to servers in a collection of countries that are deeply hostile to the United States. Put another way, computer technicians in every one of those countries are probably combing through their systems right now to figure out ways to boot out the NSA.This week’s Guardian story on X-KEYSCORE includes a set of slides described as internal NSA training material. The slide in question says that the program includes roughly 150 sites around the world and spans some 700 servers. The Guardian’s coverage does not make entirely clear how the program works, but the report seems to outline a system that perches on top of communications infrastructure and sucks up streams of data that the X-KEYSCORE system then sifts into a searchable format. According to the Guardian, the volume of collected information is so large that content is stored on the system for three to five days before being deleted, and metadata stays on the system for 30 days. The picture that emerges is of NSA analysts running searches against a continuous data stream.It doesn’t take much imagination to figure out how Chinese officials might feel about the NSA operating a mass-collection system inside its borders. “The Prismgate affair is itself just like a prism that reveals the true face and hypocritical conduct regarding Internet,” Defense Ministry spokesman Col. Yang Yujun said earlier this month. “To, on the one hand, abuse one’s advantages in information technology for selfish ends, while on the other hand, making baseless accusations against other countries, shows double standards that will be of no help for peace and security in cyberspace.” Now the Chinese can add the X-KEYSCORE allegations to their long list of complaints.Edward Snowden once claimed that while sitting at his desk he had the ability to “wiretap anyone, from you or your accountant, to a federal judge or even the president, if I had a personal email.” The X-KEYSCORE revelations appear to at least partially validate that statement – and the Russian government’s decision earlier this month to invest in typewriters in response to the NSA leaks. And it’s not just that the NSA is able to collect vast quantities of information — it’s apparently able to do so in almost every corner of the globe. Consider this sampling of countries in which the NSA has an X-KEYSCORE presence: Mexico, Colombia, Brazil, Egypt, Algeria, Nigeria, Spain, France, Germany, Turkey, Pakistan, India, Japan, and even Myanmar.As for red dots ringing Antarctica? Why the NSA would have “sites” in the South Pole is anyone’s guess.© 2013, Foreign Policy Facebook Comments WASHINGTON, D.C. — Here’s something the National Security Agency probably isn’t happy to find in Edward Snowden’s latest revelation about its activities: The surprising locations of the servers that make up the program X-KEYSCORE, which, according to one leaked agency presentation, has the ability to vacuum up nearly every move a user makes on the Internet.last_img read more

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first_img2018 NSW Tourism AwardsAccorHotelsawardshotelsresorts AccorHotels is celebrating six prestigious award wins following last Friday night’s 2018 NSW Tourism Awards presentation, held at Sydney’s iconic Luna Park (22 November 2018). The hotel group took home two GOLD awards in the categories of Luxury Accommodation and Business Event Venues for Elements of Byron, part of the MGallery by Sofitel Collection. The Fairmont Resort Blue Mountains, also a member of the MGallery by Sofitel Collection, scooped GOLD in the Deluxe Accommodation category and SILVER in the Business Event Venues; Novotel Lake Crackenback Resort & Spa won SILVER in the Deluxe Accommodation category, while Q Station Sydney Harbour National Park Manly took home SILVER in the Unique Accommodation category.AccorHotels Chief Operating Officer Pacific, Simon McGrath said, “Winning an incredible six awards at the 2018 NSW Tourism Awards is an achievement of which the entire Group is immensely proud. Importantly, these awards recognise the unwavering focus and passion that our hotel teams place on continually enhancing the guest experience and high performance.”“We wish all our gold winners from NSW and nationally aligned categories every success as they progress to the Qantas Australian Tourism Awards held in Launceston in March next year.”IMAGE:Dunal Villa @ Elements of Byronlast_img read more

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Senator representing Kogi West,The two-day summit began on Sunday and will seek to review the progress in ties and deepen strategic dimension of the bilateral relationshipRashida Jones wants us to talk about the taboo Along with Jill Bauer and Ronna Gradus the actor and director produced a new Netflix docu-series Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On an offshoot of the 2015 documentary Hot Girls Wanted While the film explored a few young women’s experiences in the porn industry the series tackles the relationship between sex and technology on a broader scale The topics range from feminist filmmakers in the porn industry to a man who “ghosts” women on Tinder to the teen who broadcast a rape on the app Periscope The goal: to start a frank discussion about sex The series has drawn some criticism after two women said they were shown briefly in a Periscope clip without their permission and an adult film actor who appeared in the series claimed she had revoked her permission to be filmed The creators have responded saying their practices adhered to legal standards Jones spoke to TIME about porn as sex education how technology both facilitates and hinders intimacy and the recent controversy TIME: How did you become interested in the topic of sex and technology Rashida Jones: I’ve always been really interested in femininity and sexuality I think being an actress and growing up in Hollywood there’s so many complicated pressures about objectification and ownership and confidence And things were very different than when I was growing up: On the one hand there’s a ton more sexual freedom There’s a ton more room for young women to be whoever they want show whatever they want which is great On the other hand there’s a lot more pressure to be sexy That was my in into this world because I think technology is a huge part of that There’s a lot to unpack Why did you decide to focus on feminist filmmakers within the porn industry in the episode that you directed “Women on Top” I met Jill [Bauer] and Ronna [Gradus] who were the directors of the film Hot Girls Wanted at a women’s conference and they asked if I would be interested in producing this movie they were making about teenage girls who answer ads on Craigslist and go to Miami to pursue porn That movie represents a very specific set of stories that come out of a very specific type of porn It did not represent all of porn and there was a conversation among people in the industry about whether that movie was really representative And I understood the fact that people inside the industry felt stigmatized and marginalized by that movie because it could be the only thing that anyone has seen inside the porn industry So we wanted to make sure to broaden the spectrum of what is happening in the sex industry today And that’s how you came to the filmmakers Erika Lust and Holly Randall A couple of people we’ve met along the way have said they had such a nice time working with Holly and Erika is a star in her own right We just wanted to broaden and show what’s possible and what it’s like when a woman wants to represent female desire through her own gaze Lust points out porn is sex education for a lot of kids now and that’s why it’s important to her to create porn that empowers women and reflects their desires How do you think porn affects young people’s perception of sex Porn is intended as adult entertainment but it’s being used as sex education We did a study in conjunction with the series with Indiana University and the Kinsey Institute: We surveyed teenagers about their sex lives and their porn usage and then interviewed their parents about their kids’ sex lives and porn usage The parents have no idea what their kids are doing They were wrong about all of it Fifty percent of children in America have had two days or less of sex education and 80% of kids come across porn accidentally the first time they see it The average age of watching your first porn is 11 So we have to assume that they’re learning from what they see MORE: How to Talk to Your Kids About Porn The episode also points out that the proliferation of free porn on the Internet means that filmmakers have less funding That’s especially affected the female filmmakers you interviewed who want to make movies with backstories and high production values Obviously the same thing has happened to music and film where technology has gotten so advanced that there’s a generation that’s okay taking things for free There’s a lot more people making more music and movies that are more accessible That’s true with porn too There’s just more people making porn and it’s decentralizing the business Holly and [her mother Suze the first on-staff female photographer at Playboy] told me that there was more money to go around before the Internet In another episode a male porn actor is asked to mimic violent acts The male actor says later in an interview that he and other black men in porn are often asked to pretend to be violent especially when acting with white women He says porn is the last industry in which people can discriminate based on race That revelation was rather upsetting If that kind of racism [like typecasting black actors] was happening in Hollywood oh you best believe that there would be a public outcry But because we bury things and don’t want to talk about [porn and our desires] openly we’re not exercising the same consideration we’re trying to exercise in the rest of our lives I think that’s a problem and we have to talk about it Rashida Jones attends the 2017 Turtle Ball at The Bowery Hotel on April 17 2017 in New York City Roy Rochlin—FilmMagic A lot of the episodes touch on the issue of privacy Do you think control over your Internet footprint is an illusion I think we need to talk about self-presentation and its relationship with privacy because there is a bit of tension right now around what privacy we’re entitled to and what privacy we’re fine giving up I think millennials are more comfortable with that tension I think they’re comfortable having a separate public and private identity Whereas when I’m with my friends who are not millennials our attempt at social media is a little bit more sweaty We’re trying to figure out how to represent ourselves in a way that’s authentic but doesn’t reveal too much I think it’s more natural for digital natives to have separate personal and public lives Until the two things come crashing into each other as they do in the last episode That episode is about Marina Lonina the teenager who filmed her friend being raped on the app Periscope and has to serve time in prison because of it To me that is the most overt example of how much we’ve merged with our technology We’ve merged enough to engage in what we think is intimacy But also it’s created this distance from our own accountability There’s no clearer example than Marina because she lived so much of her life online because she was lonely that she did stop perceiving reality in reality and only thought through the lens of technology [In the series Marina says that she didn’t register what was happening in real life but was focused on the likes and comments telling her to keep filming the assault that were coming in on the app] That’s pretty scary that it’s so powerful that it can do that MORE: Porn and the Threat to Virility There’s been some controversy around the series A few are claiming that their images were used in the series without their permission My interest and expertise are more on the creative side I was not that involved in the legal vetting of the show From the little that I know it’s from the Periscope montage and two women were featured in the montage as an example of average Periscope use And there’s a fair use law that all these social media platforms rely on to just release all these people’s footage I fully understand the shock and frustration they must have As a performer I don’t have that much control over some images of myself And I totally get that Seeing something that you weren’t even given an opportunity to approve all the sudden being on TV series That’s got to be shocking It’s a really unfortunate modern reality and it’s something I think should be discussed ad nauseam I do feel compassion for them I don’t think anybody in the production company knew they were sex workers It really was just a montage of people on Periscope But I have a lot of compassion for them and I understand how they must feel Were there any takeaways from working on this series that you feel you can apply to your own life I think in terms of how we see sex it’s a reminder that there’s a huge divide between how much people think about sex how much they engage in sex online how much they watch porn and what we’re actually talking about People still don’t want to talk about it I think it’s because we have this weird hypocrisy in this country: We have puritanical history but also these deep desires There’s room in the middle to create a healthy relationship with 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her mind off of all that was lost "If we could just go back to February 13 and be the normal everyday people that we were wed give it up in a heartbeat” she said “Theres nothing that can replace what we had on that day" Contact us at editors@timecomIDEAS Newkirk is the president and a co-founder of PETA Tilikuman orca who was imprisoned at SeaWorld for nearly three decades and was the “star” of the damning documentary Blackfishfinally has his freedom But he shouldn’t have had to die to get it Caring people worldwide have urged SeaWorld to release Tilikum and the other orcas languishing in its tiny concrete tanks into coastal sanctuaries where they could enjoy some semblance of the life that has been stolen from them But the company has staunchly refused Instead it feeds the public lines about “family“but families don’t keep their members in tiny barren spaces for life and exploit them for decades to make a buck When Tilikum was just two years old marine “cowboys” who kidnap orcas to 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